Aurora

Aurora, Indiana is a historic river town located in Dearborn County, Indiana and is situated 35 miles west of Cincinnati, Ohio, in the Southeast corner of Indiana.

The town is named for Aurora, the goddess of dawn in Roman mythology. Aurora was settled in the early 1800’s and incorporated in 1845 and has strong historic connections to the Ohio River.

Around Town
Aurora is full of unique and historic buildings that preserve its older rivercity characteristics. It is also known for its picturesque historic downtown area and the ornate Hillforest mansion built for Thomas Gaff who earned his fortune shipping goods on the Ohio River by steamboat. The mansion was designed by architect Isaiah Rogers and was completed in 1855 in the Italian Renaissance style.

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Aurora Area School Information

Searching within a 10 Mile Radius of 47001.

School NameCityGrade RangeRating
Aurora Elementary School
AuroraPK-66
South Dearborn Middle School
Aurora7-84
South Dearborn High School
Aurora9-124
Lollipops & Rainbows Day Care
AuroraPK-5
St John Evangelical Lutheran School
AuroraPK-8
St Mary Elementary School
AuroraK-8
Manchester Elementary School
AuroraK-67
Lawrenceburg High School
Lawrenceburg9-125
Saint Lawrence School
LawrenceburgK-8
Dillsboro Elementary School
DillsboroK-66
Lawrenceburg Primary School
LawrenceburgPK-2
Greendale Middle School
Lawrenceburg6-87
Central Elementary School
Lawrenceburg3-56
Moores Hill Elementary School
Moores HillK-66
Milan Elementary School
MilanK-56
Milan High School
Milan9-124
Milan Middle School
Milan6-83

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